A gender-transitioning triple-killer's risk of reoffending may be exacerbated by a requirement to advise authorities of any significant changes to her appearance, a court has been told.
Regina Kaye Arthurell is fighting the length and extent of a three-year supervision regime sought by the government, following the expiration of the elderly offender's 24-year jail term in May.
A proposed condition of the government's proposed extended supervision order would require Arthurell to inform authorities of 'any significant change' in her appearance.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Transgender triple-killer Regina Kaye Arthurell, 74, is fighting a three-year supervision order, where she will be forced to report to authorities any 'significant change' in her appearance
The convicted killer was released from Sydney's Long Bay jail in November last year, where she came out as transgender and changed her name from Reginald to Regina
'I thought that might prove quite onerous, given it's an intrinsic part of her transition,' forensic